Spending less whilst trying to keep up-to-date on fashion trends can be difficult, so I’ve compiled a list of five different ways you can save your money whilst clothes shopping in Nottingham.
1. Shop in charity shops
Buying second hand can be a great way to save money and find your own personal style.
Charity shopping is inexpensive and it’s helping to abolish the fast fashion industry.
“Being on a budget, I love shopping at charity shops. It saves me money and it’s more sustainable.”
CHARLOTTE OVER, MARKETING EXECUTIVE.
Charlotte Over, a marketing executive continues and says: “I love charity shopping because it gives clothes a second life and saves me money.
“Being on a budget, I love shopping at charity shops.
“It saves me money and it’s more sustainable.”
Nottingham charity shop White Rose are currently offering 15 per cent off for students this January.
2. Shop in the sale
Many shops have after Christmas sales still on at the moment where you can get more for your money and find some great pieces at a fraction of the price.
Zara are offering up to 70 per cent off online and in store at the moment where you can buy great clothes for a reasonable price.
River Island also have a sale on of up to 40 per cent off.
3. Using discount codes
Student beans offers 35 percent student discount on dominoes, 20 per cent off gym shark, 20 per cent off Oh Polly, 35 per cent off online with Adidas and many more.
4. Shop on ASOS
They always have discounts and sales on every other day.
ASOS offer own brand clothing as well as brands such as Collusion, Pull and Bear, Nike and Topshop.
They also sell makeup, hair care and skin care products, with brands such as; Olaplex, Charlotte Tilbury and The Ordinary.
5. Renting clothes
This is a great way to look great without having to pay full price.
Buying clothes for special occasions can come at a hefty price, which is not accessible for everyone.
Therefore, renting clothes means you can look amazing without breaking the bank.